Ohio State University:
We are Gamma Rho Lambda Colony at The Ohio State University, one of Ohio’s first GRL Colonies! We were inducted in the fall of 2016 by a group of students who wanted to bring GRL to Ohio’s most famous university. Go Bucks!
Bowling Green State University:
Bowling Green State University’s colony was inducted on August 27, 2016. Although they are just getting started, they are thrilled to see how welcoming everyone in the GRL community has already been. BGSU’s colony began as an interest group in the fall of 2015. With 8 members, they are small but mighty; they have big plans to become involved with Vision, BGSU’s primary LGBTQ+ student organization, as well as the Multicultural Greek Council on campus. They are hoping to really focus on making their name known on campus in order to recruit new members in the spring of 2017!
University of Arizona:
The Gamma Rho Lambda Colony at University of Arizona was officially inducted as a colony January 23rd, 2016. After forming an interest group in March of 2015, the GRL UA has been motivated to be involved on the University of Arizona campus. Some campus organizations they have worked with include Pride Alliance and Force, the feminist group on campus. This colony is a part of USFC on this campus. Since there are so many issues they feel are important to their hearts to help change, they do not have one formal philanthropy. These issues include, but are not limited to; domestic violence, homelessness, and youth in foster care are all things that GRL UA work with the community to help change.
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The Longwood University colony of Gamma Rho Lambda’s interest group started in October 2014. They were induction as a colony on February 6, 2016. Their colony falls under the Independent Greek Council (IGC). Their philanthropies are Diversity of Richmond (an organization for LGBTQ+ individuals) and ROSMY (an organization for LGBTQ+ youth). They are currently planning for their first rush in the fall.
Gamma Rho Lambda Colony at Missouri S&T was inducted on January 30, 2016. They collaborate with their campus’s LGBT alliance on campus, Spectrum as well as Phi Sigma Rho and Delta Lambda Phi. The Missouri S&T colony is a member of the Greek Independent Board and their chapter philanthropy is the Trevor Project.